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April 12, 2007

Albany -- Dougherty County School Superintendent Dr. Sally Whatley wanted to tell Albany business leaders about her schools.So she decided to let some of the students do it.

Whatley took Monroe High Senior Sean Laster and Westover High Senior Laken Garver to speak to the Rotary Club of Albany.

Laster told the club members about his studies at the pre-engineering, math, and technology center of excellence at Monroe High. Dr. Sally Whatley said  "the opportunities not only for Monroe High students, but also to students of the other three high schools as well. State of the art, best in the state."

Laster plans to attend Georgia Southern University to study architectural engineering, and says the new facility at Monroe High helped get him on his career path.

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